Blog Tour: Amy Cole Has Lost Her Mind by Elizabeth McGivern

This looks like a book I have to read.

Fraser’s Fun House

I am thrilled to share Amy Cole Has Lost Her Mind with you. I would like to thank Rachel’s Random Resources and of course the wonderful Elizabeth McGivern for allowing me to be part of such a fantastic tour.


Amy Cole is a stay-at-home mum and a woman on the edge.
After a very public breakdown and failed suicide attempt, Amy finds herself trying to make it through her everyday life as a high-functioning zombie. Elle De Bruyn is a force of nature ready to shake Amy back to life whether she likes it or not.
After a fortuitous meeting, the two embark on a journey together which will change them both and help them find out exactly what they’re capable of when rock bottom is just the beginning.


As one might expect from the title this book is the story of Amy Cole, married stay at home…

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There’s no business like show business

Grab a backstage pass and head over to Nesie’s Place for an insightful review of Liv Bartlet’s “Production Values”.

@MsFelicia @LivBartlet and @rararesources

~~~~~ 4/5 Stars Production Values gives a peek at the glitz and glamour of celebrity and the manufactured idols the public rushes to worship, but it shines a hard light on the seedy, gritty, behind-the-scenes cutthroat business which makes it all happen. At the center of this drama, two friends—Beatrice Douglas and Katrine Porter. Bea […]

via #Review “Production Values (A Monkey & Me Novel)” by Liv Bartlet — Nesie’s Place


How To Make Killer Promo Graphics In Canva

David Gaughran

One area where the bar has been raised over the last few years is that of branding. The savviest authors know that branding doesn’t just make you look more professional – although that is important too – but also something which acts as a bat-signal to your specific target audience. This book is for YOU.

I said in Strangers to Superfans — releasing in just six days on 25 April! — “If pacing is the secret sauce inside most bestsellers, branding is the equivalent outside of the book.”

As part of my research, I spoke to one author who is expert at it: Kit Rocha. She shared her view that, “branding is an extension of worldbuilding. My covers and my graphics and all of it combine to present an image that enhances what I want to say about my series.”

This is an area where I had to do a…

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#NewRelease “Casualty of Court” by L S Fellows

Today’s the day!
Thanks, Felicia ❤

Nesie's Place


Casualty of Court (The Blackleaf Agency Series Book 1)

by L S Fellows

Genre: Women’s Fiction/Mystery & Suspense/International Crime/Detective

Kindle Unlimited

Four lives – Three friends – Two sides – One verdict

Fern Mortimer wants her life back.
After five years recovering from a hit-and-run accident, the last thing she needed was a maniac trying to kill her.
Now, eight months after that attempt on her life, she returns to Portugal to face her nemesis in court.

Raven – her closest ally – offers support throughout. In return she wants a business partner.

Stefan Pereira, has no intention of languishing in prison any longer.
He’ll do whatever it takes to secure his freedom and complete his mission.
He wants Fern dead.

Nessa – his girlfriend – is at his side. She risks losing her best friends for the family she always wanted.

The trial pits them against each other.

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Have you met the cast yet?

March 21, 2018, is release day for the new L.S. Fellows mystery novel, Casualty of Court, and the clever author has provided readers a unique, enjoyable way to get a peek inside the upcoming courtroom drama with some twists. The story is told by — and from the POV of — four principal characters. […]

via Casualty of Court: Meet the Cast — Author_Iris_Chacon


Branded Short Links.

Branded short links … who knew?
Now WE do!


Promo Seal of Approval Fur Real Nova TPOTNShort links like bit.ly/whatever and buff.ly/something are becoming more and more popular. I’ve been using bit.ly as a link shortening service for my social media posts for some time, and have loved the convenience and the ability to personalise links for myself.

Last week, though, I made a significant discovery: I could have my very own short link domain, and use my own branded short links across all my social media. This makes my posts and products more immediately recognisable. It gives me consistent and affordable branding. And it means the short link I want for a particular book or post is never going to have been taken by someone else!

I read a few blogs and website articles about it to make sure it was something that I understood before I signed up, but it’s really not that complicated. I explored a few different sites to see which ones…

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